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[ACT NOW] Doña Ana County to vote on National Monument status

Residents in Dona Ana County will, once again, have to respond to this call of action RIGHT NOW to oppose lone Republican commissioner Ben Rawson’s call to support Trump’s “review” process. There’s also a counter resolution being presented supporting the monument AS IS and commissioners will have to vote on one or the other. 

Town Hall with Sen. Jerry Ortiz y Pino

Now that the Special Session is in the archives, I would like to invite you and anyone else you think might be interested in it, to a Town Hall meeting on June 25, a Sunday, at 1 p.m. at Hotel Blue, 8th and Central, downtown. I represent Senate District 12 in the legislature, but the Town Hall is open to anyone, regardless of where they live,  who wants to find out about the 2017 General Session, the dispute with the Governor that resulted or the Special Session.  I’d held off scheduling my Town Hall because until the Special Session was held it was hard to say exactly where we stand.  Now we are ready.  I’d like to hear your questions, your suggestions and your reactions.  Hope to see you there.  And if you can’t make this one, I’ll try to hold another one in September.  –State Senator Jerry Ortiz y Pino

What your ovaries need to know…

We’d like to take this opportunity to ensure that you and your ovaries are up to date on any new potential laws and studies that could impact your ability to decide what you do with them – and yes – we also want to make sure that our non-ovary carrying allies are up to date too.

NEW: Pearce says these 800 business people should decide the size of our monuments. Let’s send him thousands who want them protected.

Just one day after Trump’s Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke told a Senate committee that he had not yet decided whether he would shrink New Mexico’s national monuments, Steve Pearce demanded that Zinke shrink Doña Ana County’s Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument by an astounding 88% to accommodate just 800 businesses and individuals in the district of more than 606,000 people.

[ACT NOW] Time is running out for your comments to save our National Monuments

Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke said in testimony yesterday that he would come to New Mexico and see first-hand areas within at least one of the state’s two National Monuments his department is reviewing.

The DOI is reviewing the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument and Rio Grande del Norte National Monument because of spurious claims that President Obama overreached his authority when designating both areas under the Antiquities Act. Read more to see why we know New Mexicans want our monuments to be left as is.

Medicaid rollback will impact New Mexicans most

New Mexico is one of many states suffering from an opioid epidemic. Stories about states battling the grips of overdose and the overwhelming instances of treatment, hospitalization, and death of addicts have been the focus of national media lately.

[ACT NOW] Doña Ana County to vote on National Monument status

Residents in Dona Ana County will, once again, have to respond to this call of action RIGHT NOW to oppose lone Republican commissioner Ben Rawson’s call to support Trump’s “review” process. There’s also a counter resolution being presented supporting the monument AS IS and commissioners will have to vote on one or the other. 

What your ovaries need to know…

We’d like to take this opportunity to ensure that you and your ovaries are up to date on any new potential laws and studies that could impact your ability to decide what you do with them – and yes – we also want to make sure that our non-ovary carrying allies are up to date too.

NEW: Pearce says these 800 business people should decide the size of our monuments. Let’s send him thousands who want them protected.

Just one day after Trump’s Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke told a Senate committee that he had not yet decided whether he would shrink New Mexico’s national monuments, Steve Pearce demanded that Zinke shrink Doña Ana County’s Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument by an astounding 88% to accommodate just 800 businesses and individuals in the district of more than 606,000 people.